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bird-dog

1. tv. to take away another man’s girlfriend. Why’d you have to go and bird-dog me, your best buddy?
2. tv. to supervise someone; to tail someone. Marlowe knew somebody was bird-dogging him, but he was too smart to show it.
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On the other hand, the amplitudes of these muscles for the bird-dog position were significantly higher than those recorded for right arm extension.
Furthermore, a statistically significant difference was found between left leg extension and bird-dog position (P<0.
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The show will begin Thursday and the three will perform Friday through Sunday with bird-dog exhibits and question-and-answer sessions.
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